Grays Harbor Historical Seaport
We are Grays Harbor Historical Seaport, a 501 (c)(3) educational non-profit public development authority based in Aberdeen, Washington. For more than 25 years, we have provided hands on education opportunities for people of all ages and backgrounds aboard the tall ships Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain. With a focus on teamwork and empowerment, our programs explore our shared history and our daily connections to the world’s oceans. Our Mission: GHHS provides educational, vocational, recreational and ambassadorial activities and experiences that promote and preserve the maritime history of Grays Harbor, the Pacific Northwest, and our nation while serving the needs of the community. Our Vision: Our vessels, programs and facilities will be nationally recognized examples of best practices and innovative excellence. LADY WASHINGTON STATISTICS Length on deck: 67 feet Length on the waterline: 72 feet Overall length: 112 feet Draft (Depth): 11 feet Beam (Width): 22 feet Mast height: 89 feet Displacement: 210 tons Gross tonnage: 99 tons Total sail area: 4,442 square feet Rigging: Approximately six miles Guns: Two three pounder; two swivels aft Crew compliment: 12 Passenger capacity: 45 HAWAIIAN CHIEFTAIN SPECIFICATIONS Tonnage: 64 net, 80 gross Type: Gaff-rigged Topsail Ketch Sail Area: 4,200 sq. ft. Ballast: 20,000 lbs. lead Designer: Raymond Richards Engines: Twin 235 hp diesel Volvo TAMD 61 Builder: Lahaina Welding Co., with master lofting and welding by Capt. Morgan Davies Lead Shipwright: Drake Thomas Year: Manufactured 1988 Hull Material: Steel Tankage (fuel): 1,800 gals Tankage (water): 1,800 gals Range: 2,000 miles at cruising speed of 7 knots, maximum 10 knots Length on Deck: 65? Length Overall: 103? 9? Length at Waterline: 57? Beam (Width): 22? Draft (Depth): 5? 6? Mast: 75?